Borough Buildings Closed for Face-Face Operations

Beginning on Thursday, March 19, 2020, Selinsgrove Borough  government will cease normal operations and begin a special operations mode.  Special Operations will continue until at least Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at which time the situation will be reevaluated by the Borough.  This special operations mode will include the efforts to comply with the Governor’s announcement and encourage social distancing among our residents and visitors.

Although our Borough buildings will close, we will maintain minimum staffing levels to respond to the needs of the community.  Borough Office staff will be available by phone or email Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.  Members of the public needing to deliver hard copy items to the Borough Office can use the drop box attached to the building along the alley side of the building near the Library Entrance Door.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Selinsgrove Borough Office at 570-374-2311 or email us at borough@selinsgrove.org.

COVID-19 Communication & Updates

3/16/2020:  COVID-19 PDF

3/18/2020:  Selinsgrove Borough Temporarily Suspends Recycling

Due to the current national situation with the Coronavirus (Covid-19), Lycoming County Resource Management Services has suspended their services with our recycling program immediately through April 1, 2020.  This date may be extended depending on how this situation develops.

Recycling containers will be locked and curbside pickup is also suspended.  Please do not leave any material at the drop off site, as this wold be considered illegal dumping and littering.

You have the option to hold on to your recyclables until April 1, 2020 or throw away the materials.  Recycling drop off boxes will be unlocked after the suspension has concluded from Lycoming County Resource Management Services.

SUPPORT —  Degenstein Foundation and Others Support – Community Needs

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